The film, Plastic China, that aired last night was powerful and emotionally moving. The Chinese director of the film grew up penniless, much like the children in the movie. He brings up issues of the impact of pollution and the effect of western waste ending up in eastern countries as a remedy to hiding the massive overproduction of plastics. It also explored internal issues in China like the lack of free education, health issues, aspirations of the poor and pollution.
There is a free streaming service called Kanopy that has the Plastic China movie on it. You can watch this at home via Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, streaming tvs, etc. All it takes to get a Kanopy membership is your library card.